Archive For The “Honda – Acura” Category
Acura’s 2018 RLX is meant to reflect the automotive brand’s new design direction through the company’s flagship sports sedan. The 2018 RLX will make its public debut at the upcoming Monterey Automotive Week in California on August 15-19, showcasing the complete redesign of the vehicle. Read more at NewAtlas.com.
We normally think of pickup trucks as being large, robust, body-on-frame vehicles where fuel economy and daily use are secondary. With the Honda Ridgeline, the opposite is true. With innovative features and a handy design, the Ridgeline is often much more useful than a typical small pickup truck might be. Read about it at FutureCars.com.
At the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit, Acura unveiled a new Precision Concept, developed by the company’s California design studio. The concept is meant to express “Precision Crafted Performance,” and carries familiar design elements from the brand – all in almost cartoonish dimensions, as befits a concept car. Read more at Gizmag.com.
Honda has unveiled a new-generation Ridgeline pickup truck at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. After a short hiatus from the market, the new Ridgeline returns with many of the features owners loved from the previous generation and a surprise: it’s now a midsized pickup truck and is more traditionally styled than before….
The Acura NSX has been much-anticipated since its introduction at the North American International Auto Show earlier this year. Now, the carmaker has released technical details about the hybrid sports car, including its all-wheel drive platform and planned production for the 2017 model year. Read more at Gizmag.
The Honda Accord and Civic are still the most-stolen vehicles, according to the Hot Wheels report issued annually by the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB). The report, which covered vehicle thefts in 2013, ranked the Honda Accord at the top of the list where it has been quite often in years past. Read more at…
During a recent press event, we took a short drive in the all-new 2015 Honda Fit, the Japanese automaker’s latest entry into the fast-growing subcompact segment. We found it to be very comparable to the Nissan Versa Note, which we just completed driving and will have a full review of soon. Read more at CarNewsCafe.